The Yarmouth Springs Eternal exhibition will feature artwork and a co-designed pamphlet created during a series of artist-led community walks/workshops, attended by adults in Great Yarmouth with lived experience of homelessness and migration. The exhibition will also include showcases from guest exhibitors from across UK exploring creativity and the connection to the natural world: Jacques Nimki, James Aldridge, Jason Evans, Bill Vine and Company Drinks.
Curated by Kaavous Clayton of originalprojects;, the exhibition will be a market stall style show, featuring eclectic ‘kitchen table’ and ‘potting shed’ arrangements with participatory activities, hobbyist curiosities and living plant-based displays. During the exhibition, there will be a series of free public artist-led walks/workshops and events, including a Conference on Saturday 22nd May (bookings via Norfolk & Norwich Festival).
This is a non-ticketed event.
Yarmouth Springs Eternal is a community arts, walking and nature project led by Genevieve Rudd, in partnership with originalprojects;. It explores personal relationships to the natural world through contemporary arts, highlighting the overlooked and everyday interactions with nature from diverse perspectives. The project runs from Spring Equinox to Summer Solstice, and includes a series of community and public artist-led walks/workshops, an exhibition, conference and a participatory arts & nature resource.